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General Public is requested to report any suspicious activity in Punjab, Balochistan and Sind regarding terrorists at universal no 1135 and for KPK at 1125. These numbers can be dialed directly without any code from mobile or PTCL No. 3 more sons laid their lives for motherland at Awaran. "None can deter our resolve to defeat enemies and safeguard 'Our Pakistan'." COAS. COAS directed imed assistance to Sehwan blast victims. Army /Rangers moved incl medical support. Hyderabad CMH ready to receive casualties. Sehwan. Air effort being sent for quick evacuation of injured. Night flying cap heli of Navy and C 130 of PAF will do relief effort. COAS appeals nation to stay calm. "Your security forces shall not allow hostile powers to succeed. We stand for our nation". Pakistan-Afghanistan Border closed with immediate effects till further orders due to security reasons. Sehwan. Air Chief directs to utilise C 130 till complete evac. Injured will be treated at PAF hosps too. Ts will not be spared. (@OfficialDGISPR)

Press Release
Rawalpindi - December 19, 2011: 
Some events of the last 72 hours are being attributed to the telephonic conversation between the President and COAS and the meeting between the Prime Minister and COAS held on 16th December 2011.
The Prime Minister has already spoken on the subject in which he stated, “during the meeting with COAS on Friday night, I received a telephonic call from the President by chance. When I informed the President that I was having a meeting with the Army Chief, the President asked me to convey his regards to General Kayani. On this, COAS showed his desire to speak to the President.”
The telephonic conversation between the President and COAS lasted approximately one minute in which he enquired about the health of the President. Hence, attributing anything more to this telephonic conversation is unfounded and unnecessary.
As regards the meeting between the COAS and Prime Minister, a comprehensive press release has already been issued by the PM House which is unambiguous.
    

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